Snoop invites west coast rapper/producer Ty Dolla $ign in to the GGN studio to talk about coming up in the game and his success making records. Let Snoop know who you want to see on the next GGN by tweeting @SnoopDogg and tagging #GGN.
Daz Dillinger stopped by to guest host week 35 of Underground Heat. Snoop and Friends bring you the top 10 videos from the underground every week, with a new countdown every Friday. To be considered for the top 10, submit your videos to theundergroundheat.com.
This Saturday, November 23rd, marks the 20th anniversary of the iconic “Doggystyle” album, Snoop Dogg’s first album release. This Death Row Records release is credited for being one of the most influential hip-hop albums ever released, and features Snoop’s masterful skills continuing from his contribution to Dr. Dre’s famed “The Chronic” in 1992.
In honor of this anniversary, Snoop Dogg, aka DJ Snoopadelic, has created a one-of-a-kind mixtape featuring 20 samples used in the production of “Doggystyle”. With never before heard commentary on these tracks, Snoop gives us an inside look on the making of his debut release.
Snoop Dogg, aka Nemo Hoes, talks old drama and the new generation of hip hop with two legends, Bizzy and Flesh from Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. Hear the stories they tell about West Coast hip-hop and who they are listening to from the new age of young rappers. Tune in every week as Nemo has special guests from music and pop culture.
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Nemo Hoes, aka Snoop Dogg, invited famous electronic music producer/DJ Steve Aoki onto the set of GGN to discuss their photo apps and talk about the current state of dance music. Did you know Steve studied Feminist Studies in college?!
Snoop Dogg performed for a packed house at the MTV EMA show in Amsterdam over the weekend. Check out his performance of a funked up version of “Gin & Juice” with 7 Days of Funk collaborator Dam-Funk.
Snoopzilla & Dam-Funk, aka 7 Days of Funk, are releasing their self titled album on December 12th, but you can pre-order your copy of the album today!
Watch the first video from the album, “Faden Away”, bringing back the old school underground party vibe with some funky beats!
Snoop released the first music video from his recent mixtape “Thats My Work Vol 2″ hosted by DJ Drama. The video for “Bad 4 Me” is directed by Dah Dah and features Snoop, Daz, and Kurupt.
The song, which was produced by Dae One, is one of the tracks from “Thats My Work Vol 2″, which can be downloaded free at DatPiff here: http://www.datpiff.com/Snoop-Dogg-Thats-My-Work-2-mixtape.542835.html